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JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (80,279)
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7/22/13 7:47 P

Neat idea to get your veg in.

Open up your "Articles & Videos" tab and you'll see "", click it. Then you'll see a tab for "Recipe Calculator". When you go to it you add the bulk ingredients and then punch in the number of servings it makes (in your case, ice cubes). Save the recipe.

Then when you go to your Nutrition Tracker, click the last tab that says "recipes" and you'll find it in the drop box.

Take your focus off the Marshmallow.

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7/22/13 7:37 P

hey all! i'm looking for information on how to track what i call orange and green cubes. I am kind of a picky eater i don't care for cooked veggies at all but what i do to add more veggies is puree them and freeze them in ice cube trays then add a few cubes to what ever i'm cooking. the ones i have now are carrot and sweet potato and spinach and pea. my question is what's the best way to add them to my food tracker? any help is great! thanks so much

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